Friday, 12 April 2013

AFRICOG unveils people's court website

Lawyer Keithi Kilonzo
The Africa Centre for Open Governance (AFRICOG) has launched a website that will host contributions from members of the public on election irregularities following the March 4 election.
AFRICOG who were petitioners in the Supreme Court process that challenged the announcement of President Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the March 4 poll, have said that the website dubbed The People’s Court, will serve as a hub for evidence of electoral offences.
AFRICOG has added that it will be calling on the Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko to investigate these offences.
The site   will also have the evidence presented by the civil society group to the Supreme Court during the hearings on the election petitions.
The group has encouraged members of the public to send in their experiences during the election as well as evidence on any  evidence on any electoral irregularities to the numbers 30313 or 20133 or email

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